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ANN'S GROVE Ann's Grove

Ann's Grove

Ann's Grove
David Handyside, Crosshall
James Purvis, Whitebank
Robert Robison, Springwells
028.02 A small cottage, with a garden attached, occupied by a shepherd in the employ of Mr. Handyside of Crosshall. There stood, on a former period, a farm place on this spot, but the houses are demolished and the lands are included in the farm of Crosshall.

Andrew Cumming, Pittlesheugh
David Handyside.
James Purvis
028.02 A square-built farm house, with suitable offices, a garden, and a small arable farm attached. It is the property of Sir Hugh Hume Campbell, Bart., [Baronet] of Marchmont.

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[page] 49 Parish of Eccles Sheet 28.2 Described by R. Wighton C. A. [Civilian Assistant]

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